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Hannover Messe, the world’s largest industrial technology trade show, drew 6,550 exhibitors from 62 countries to Hannover, Germany the week of April 8. The attendees – all 225,000 of them – were equally diverse. Read more


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Start networking and get the latest ideas for your business by attending these 25 trade shows, which  will bring you everything from emerging technologies to important knowledge-building sessions led by the top experts in a spectrum of fields — spanning from engineering to manufacturing. Read more


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Hannover Messe 2013, an industrial technology trade show in Germany scheduled for April 8-12 of next year, has generated considerable enthusiasm from manufacturing companies and organizations around the world, with the majority of exhibition space already booked. Read more


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Any new business is good business for most firms. Many companies are relying on industry trade shows to find opportunities to grow their customer list, establish partnerships, learn ways to improve operations and establish themselves as industry thought leaders. How does a company maximize its return on investment when appearing at these shows? Read more


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While the biennial International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) is the biggest manufacturing trade show in North America, there are numerous other industrial trade shows hosted throughout the year across the U.S. Here we look at the top upcoming shows. Read more


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